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    Dante Gabriel Rossetti Autograph Letter Signed. One page with blank integral, 4.5" x 7"; "Tuesday" (dated 17 Jan 1871 in pencil in an unknown hand immediately below). A letter to fellow writer Francis Hüffer: "Can you come in to whist here tomorrow (Wednesday) evening to which the party is deferred. Bring Brown with you if you can, & he may smoke his pipe meanwhile. I think your article on Swinburne unusually excellent... D G Rossetti."

    Condition: Light toning, with usual mail folds. Ink remains bold. Verso has soiling, particularly along folds, rust stain at top and previous collectors annotations in pencil at bottom.


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2017
    19th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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